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Mastering Rust by Vesa Kaihlavirta

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Editor integration with Visual Studio Code

Using debuggers from the command line is a fine way to debug your software, and an important skill: you may easily wind up in a situation where your more advanced coding platform is not available. For instance, you may need to debug a program that is already running in production; attaching to a running process is possible with both gdb and lldb, but you may not be able to attach your editor.

Nevertheless, in a development environment you may enjoy a much smoother experience with a properly integrated editor. Let's see how this process would work with Visual Studio Code.

As a first step, you'll want the Rusty Code extension that we installed previously. In addition to that, we'll install a debugging ...

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